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Siddins takes over lead in Shannons Classic GT

Jon Siddins is the new leader in Shannons Classic GT, after Matthew Cardinaels went off on stage 17 at Castra.


Jon Siddins is the new leader in Shannons Classic GT, after Matthew Cardinaels went off on stage 17 at Castra.

Siddins holds a commanding three minutes 43 seconds lead over Tasmania’s Kim Barwick in a 1984 Holden VK Group C.

Siddins has his sights now set on the final three days.

“I haven’t finished one (Targa Tasmania) for a while, so I want to finish this one,” Siddins said. “I want to get to the end and have a lot of fun, and it’s been great so far.”

This is the first time I’ve had my wife as navigator, so I’m just here to have a bit of fun and take her on a trip around Tassie,” Siddins added.

Barry Faux, driving a Mazda RX-7, has moved into third, a further one minute 4 seconds back from Barwick.

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